Friday, April 14, 2017

Mees Palace Boils



On June 8th, Mees Palace, Rayfield, Jos, will be hosting an international music show.  

When my path and that of Jos town’s biggest reggae star, Jah Device, intersected today, he gave me the scoop. “Jos is going to be hosting a big music show,” he said. Device, sporting his dreadlocks that have now grown some four feet tall, said it is going to feature artists from within and outside the borders of Nigeria.  From the UK, there will be Peter Huningale and Zige Dub. There is an artist who switches home between the UK and Port-Harcourt, Nigeria. Jos will have the chance to listen to his colourful music style as well.  Then, there will be Jeremiah Gyang and Apsis, representing the host city. In addition to these men, Device says there will be a medley of other artists whose name he couldn’t disclose. 

It is going to be a live-recording concert, with copies of EP (extended play) that he released on May 6th, the 2016 edition of Device’s birthday.

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